I issued the following command on Solaris:
mv /usr /usrbk
(I moved the /usr dir to /usrbk)..
Now, I can't issue any real commands.. they all say "cannot find /usr/lib/ld.so.1"
I thought I could rename it back when the problem started.. I was just going to mount a copy of /usr that I had copied to another partition.
I can fix this problem if anyone can tell me HOW to execute "mkdir" or "mv" (or equilivent programs) without /usr/lib/ld.so.1
I can't figure out a way to tell solaris that it has been moved to /usrbk/lib/ld.so.1
Will offer even more points for a speedy response!.. This is all the points I have at the moment.
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